February 2017 40 years old, the beautiful age of the Centre Pompidou Béatrice Delamotte Over the past four decades, the Parisian museum has revolutionized many things. First the architecture of this type of places, but also the museography and even the approach of contemporary art perceived here as multidisciplinary. In this anniversary year, the Centre […]
03 february 2017 The art of tea from Africa Text & photos Françoise Spiekermeier The first exclusively African Tea House has opened in Paris: there is a palette of incredible flavors in the heart of a trendy Africa. Gervanne Leridon chose the Marais, just opposite the European House of Photography to open the first house […]
Artisan de la Truffe and the Eclair de Génie are co-signing a delight
On the occasion of the “Métro, boulot, gâteaux” event at the BHV Marais, until February 22nd, Artisan de la Truffe is presenting on the menu an ephemeral dessert made by the pastry chef Christophe Adam, from the Eclair de Génie.
Lyon: “Henri Matisse, the interior laboratory” at the Musée des Beaux-Arts.
Throughout the life of Henri Matisse, drawing occupies a central place, both in the diversity of its means and its supports. This assiduous practice in the intimacy of the workshop was the laboratory of his work as a painter, as well as his sculpture. Matisse’s drawings surround
Maldives: the Finohlu villas
Located on the island of Gasfinohlu, 40 minutes away from the airport, this new Club Med flagship offers 52 villas.
On one side, Shakespeare’s Hamlet, which carves language and human feelings to produce a visionary fresco and project Western thought into a future that surpasses it, on the other side, the image of a Japanese painter, the designer of a new Cosmos abolishing borders. At the fold of the book, the perfect alchemy.